BAJA CALIFORNIA.- Snow covered the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir this weekend, making it the first snowfall of Winter season. Low temperatures from 32ºF ° to 23ºF are expected during these days.
Perhaps in the following days and with the arrival of new cold fronts or another winter storm, Baja California will receive a little more snow, so if you're planning on visiting San Pedro Mártir you must be prepared for weather conditions and know all the requirements for your visit.
Here is a list of all the important information you need:
All week from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
$64.00 pesos or $4.00 dlls per day.
Free for children under 6 years old and for disabled people.
The road to the Observatory is completely paved, so you can use any vehicle in good conditions. If the road is covered in snow, then you need to drive there in a 4x4 vehicle.
4.-Can you camp?
Yes, as long as it's not snowing; if there's snowfall, you can only go up and down the same day.
5.- Camping areas have:
-No water, nor light.
6.-Information you must have to fill in registration form
Where you come from
Number of people
Camp area to visit
Model, year and plates of your car
Due to weather conditions they will not be rented until the month of April.
8.-National Astronomical Observatory
It will remain closed until January 15, 2018.
9.-Semeel Jak Museum
10.-How to get to the Park?
11.- Contact number for more information:
(646) 1722000 Ext. 3229 or 3111 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
*We recommend you to check the weather before going up to the park, as well as taking precautions since there are no restaurants or shops in the place.